The Residential Contracting All-Stars
That doesn’t mean the list of “Residential All-Stars” The News has assembled in this issue is tarnished — not by a long shot.
Leading the way in the residential new construction market is Chas Roberts Air Conditioning of Phoenix, which accumulated $130 million in sales in 2002, 95 percent of which came from residential new construction. In fact, Chas Roberts commands approximately 75 percent of the new residential construction pie in the Greater Phoenix area. The company has been in business for 61 years.
“Over the past 10 years, we have never grown less than 25 percent annually and are on pace for 50 percent growth — over $20 million — in 2003,” said American Home Maintenance vice president Ron Schuman.
For complete coverage of The News’ Residential All-Stars, see the story “Contractors Exploit Home-Field Advantage” in this issue, along with the accompanying stories “Contractors Stress Quality, Customer Service” and “Making The Most Of New Construction.”
— Mark Skaer, Editor-in-Chief of The News
Publication date: 09/08/2003